It's pretty clear that I think Bronson is the best dad in the world to my sweet girls....And, some other people seem to agree with me.
Refinery 29 did an article on 'The Coolest Dads in San Fransisco" and decided to feature Bronson, Zuri, and Remi for Father's Day.
You can read it HERE.
On top of that, Bugaboo shot a behind the scenes video of the photo shoot!Bugaboo on Vimeo.
A little side note...
We've had the 'Bugaboo Bee' stroller for about 3 months and it has changed the way we go out. The only way I can describe it is like this: Say you have mounds of laundry to wash, but your dryer only dries 50% of the time. So, you end up hating laundry because the dryer is unreliable, and half the time you're going to end up with wet clothes strewn around your house.
Well, that's how I felt about going out alone with my two kids before I had 'The Bee'.
A running list of reasons to not go out that went on inside my head before Bugaboo:
-Would Remi want me to hold her that day? If so, then I couldn't push the beast stroller sitting Zuri one handed?
-Would it fit into the taxi?
-Would it fit through the mall shopping aisles?
-Would it fit on the train?
What if my kids get tired? They cant lay down...
...and so on.
Well, we got our Bugaboo and those excuses that would play through my mind have stopped.
Its just easy and reliable.
Like a dryer that dries 100% of the time.
If one of the kids is acting up, I can wrangle them with one arm and still push the other kid with ease one handed, its light weight and narrow so it goes everywhere, the seat lays flat so the kids can nap, and it folds and unfold with the push of button.
Only two questions.
Why aren't all strollers built this way???
And why did I wait so long?!?!